- Oct 21, 2018
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Regarding the tires if i remember correct, you have 4 "different" values.@Jomba I had pretty consistent tyre temps throughout (temps can be seen on my stream), and the car felt predictable all night. It might be the core temp my data uses, and the surface temp you're looking at? AFAIK its normal for surface temps to rapidly heat and cool under sudden loads.
@Dama_The_Crow the glass file will replace the dirt & scratches texture used for the windshield with a transparent one, making it completely clear. The scratches show up as opaque under light, which was causing the main problem for most people.
1x core value (Inside the tire)
3x surface values ("outside" the tire)
The 3x surface values are also divided into zones. So left, centre, right of the tire.
Like @Battenberg said the surface of the tires can heat up and down very fast depending on corners, straights, acceleration, braking, etc.
The core temp is more consistent and takes lot longer to heat up and cool-down.
Also why when you do your tire pressures, you need to a 3-5 lap stint to get the tire properly heated. If you set the tire pressures only after 1 lap, they will most likely be wrong.